Table of contents for Meeting the universe halfway : quantum physics and the entanglement of matter and meaning / Karen Barad.

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Contents
Acknowledgments 000
I. Entangled Beginnings
Introduction: The Science and Ethics of Mattering 000
1. Meeting the Universe Halfway 000
2. Diffractions: Differences, Contingencies, and Entanglements That Matter 000
II. Intra-actions Matter
3. Niels Bohr's Philosophy-Physics: Quantum Physics and the Nature of Knowledge and 
Reality 000
4. Agential Realism: How Material-Discursive Practices Matter 000
III. Entanglements and Re(con)figurations
5. Getting Real: Technoscientific Practices and the Materialization of Reality 000
6. Spacetime Re(con)figurings: Naturalcultural Forces and Changing Topologies of 
Power 000
7. Quantum Entanglements: Experimental Metaphysics and the Nature of Nature 000
8. The Ontology of Knowing, the Intra-activity of Becoming, and the Ethics of Mattering 
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Appendix A. Cascade Experiment, by Alice Fulton 000
Appendix B. The Uncertainty Principle Is Not the Basis of Bohr's Complementarity 000
Appendix C. Controversy concerning the Relationship between Bohr's Principle of 
Complementarity and Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle 000
Notes 000
References 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Physics -- Philosophy.
Quantum theory -- Philosophy.
Heisenberg uncertainty principle -- Philosophy.
Realism -- Philosophy.
Relativity (Physics) -- Philosophy.
Matter -- Philosophy.